WSL Sunday Roundup: Giants Win Playoff Opener
August 3, 2015
The Oshkosh Giants opened up the Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League playoffs with a win Sunday night, topping the Green Bay Storm 11-1 in seven innings.
The Oshkosh Giants opened up the Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League playoffs with a win Sunday night, topping the Green Bay Storm
11-1 in seven innings.
The Giants face Menasha Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. The playoffs are single elimination.
Sabel gave up a lead off home run to Green Bay but shut them down the
rest of the way in completing the complete game win. Sabel struck out
eight and did not give up a walk.
Robbie Kleman was 4-for-4 with a
double and a RBI for the Giants and Luke Gajewski, Jeremy McCarty,
Hunter Messerschmidt and Cody Davis each chipped in two hits. McCarty
had a home run and four RBI.
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